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Generating an Ontology Specific Editor

Article, was published by Hannes Niederhausen, Sven Windisch, and Lutz Maicher at 2010-09-30

This paper is about automatic generation of ontology specific applications.

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Semantic technologies like Topic Maps provide a generic way of structured data representation. These technologies can be used to create data stores of any kind. To use them, it is necessary to fill them with data and therefore an editor is needed which provides input masks for the data. In this paper we present an Editor Generator Toolkit that enables developers to easily create small and fast editor applications for multiple platforms that allow easy collation of data.

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